Dark Light Design, an award winning architectural lighting practice, is seeking an entry level lighting designer. We work collaboratively within our studio and alongside our clients to create lighting that enhances the experience of spaces across a broad range of project types and sizes – from treehouses to city-wide planning exercises.
You: have a strong sense of design, think conceptually about light as it relates to materials and space, have a demonstrated interest in/desire to learn about light, communicate well, care about your work, are well-organized and self-directed. You will use your skills to help establish design criteria, create lighting concepts, enhance sustainable design efforts, and work with a team of skilled designers from concept stage through construction.
We: provide a competitive salary and benefits, a supportive team environment, hands-on experience, and interesting work in a growing field. Most of our work is in the Pacific Northwest and we are excited to be impacting the Seattle area’s explosive growth through the application of light.
Because we are a small independent practice, you will be working and collaborating with clients from the beginning, so verbal, written, and visual communication skills are imperative. This is a great opportunity for a motivated individual to have a direct impact on design early in their career as part of a collaborative team!
Knowledge of AutoCAD, Revit, Adobe Creative Suite, and Microsoft Office applications is required. Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Interior Design, Architectural Engineering, or Theatrical Lighting is desired.
Applicants must be authorized to work legally in the United States. Please send a cover letter, resume, and PDF or link to your portfolio to: email@example.com.
About Dark Light Design
Dark Light Design is an award-winning independent lighting design practice that uses light to create spaces, experiences, and connections. Our work spans a diverse range of project types and sizes. We focus on crafting illuminated environments in deep collaboration with the entire design team, and creating an enriching and supportive work environment.
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